|Author||Hu Guang 胡廣, 1370-1418|
|Pub. Location||Taibei 台北||Publisher||Taiwan Shangwu yinshuguan 台灣商務印書館|
|Date||1974||Phys. Desc.||Dig. file (PDF) v.1-6 only [14 v. : ill. ; 20 cm.]|
|Location||Digital Archives||Call Number||B127.N4 X564 1974dig.|
|Xingli daquan shu 性理大全書 : [70卷] / Hu Guang deng fengchizuan 胡廣等奉敕纂.|
"Ju Qing Wenyuange Siku quanshuben yingyin 據清文淵閣四庫全書本影印."
Library has juan 1-30 (i.e. v. 1-6) only. Dig. file/data DVD (color PDF doc., file size 2GB).
“....Xingli daquan shu (Great Compendium on Human Nature and Principle, compiled by Hu Kuang in 1415), a 70-chapter classified collection of writings and conversations of the Cheng-Zhu school, covering the Song and Yuan dynasties (960-1368).....It was these thinkers, dominated by Zhu Xi (1130-1200), whose ideas were the basis of the civil service examinations from the 14th century to the early 20th, and who therefore exerted tremendous influence over intellectual life in China (including those who rejected their ideas) for roughly 700 years.”—Cf. Joseph A. Adler,
Varieties of Spiritual Experience: Shen in Neo-Confucian Discourse.
See also Peter K. Bol, Neo-Confucianism and Local Society, 12th -16th century.